Reliance is launching its Android CDMA phone in India. This is the cheapest CDMA phone which is Android based in the country. This is a good option for all the people who want to have an android phone but do not wish to spend their hard earned money on it.
Reliance Communications is working very hard these days to gain market share in digital business. It has already launched a 3G Tablet, and is now in the process of launching Android CDMA Phone, called – “Coolpad D530”.
The new Coolpad D530 is powered by Android 2.1. The selling price for the mobile has been set at Rs 7,999 (INR) and there is 100% cash back plan in case you are not happy with what you are getting.
Coolpad D530 – Specifications, Features And Review
Coolpad D530 is powered by a 600 Mhz TI OMAP 3630 processor and has a 1280 mAh battery. It has a 3.5 inch touch screen with a 480 x 320 pixel resolution. It has a 2 mega pixel camera and also has WiFi and Bluetooth. Reliance Coolpad D530 has a 256 MB RAM. The memory of the phone can be expanded up to 32 GB, but RCom website limits this upgradeability to only up to 4 GB.
Coolpad D530 can even act as a WiFi Router. This is a great feature and can come in very handy at times. It also has features like Video player, Music player and recorder. RCom website does not include features such as GPS and FM radio as functionality of this phone but the Chinese websites that have listed this phone show that the phone has GPS as well as FM feature.
Coolpad D530 is all set to be sold in India for a price of Rs 7,999 (INR) only.
Coolpad D530 has joined the same league of phones as other Android CDMA phones such as Samsung Galaxy i500, Samsung Galaxy Pop, Samsumg Galaxy 1899 and Motorola Milestone XT800.
Coolpad D530 is actually a Chinese phone which has been custom made for China Telecom. There has been agreement of some sort between Reliance and these Chinese companies to bring this phone to India. The name as it is called, “Coolpad” may or may not be changed by Reliance when it is finally brought to India. Coolpad could be changed because this phone is neither so cool nor it has a pad. But the name is definitely heads on as it can be easily confused with it being a tablet.
What do you think about this phone, will it help Reliance capture the market of smartphones in India?
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